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In this post I create a temporary object like follow

CloudDeploy[
 FormFunction[{"x" -> <|"Input" -> "Apple"|>}, 
  Identity], "tem/identity"]

CloudObject[https://www.wolframcloud.com/objects/user***/tem/identity]

I have to say I just creat one object in folder tem, but when I run:

CloudObjects["tem", FormFunction]

I get a lots CloudObject. Actually I just use the fourth usage of CloudObjects:

CloudObjects[dir,type]

It is a bug of CloudObjects or I miss something?

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  • $\begingroup$ @Kuba Yes,I have.After you confirmed. :) $\endgroup$ – yode Oct 9 '16 at 18:14
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Looks like a bug, here is a work-around:

Select[
 CloudObjects["/tem"],
 CloudObjectInformation[#, "MIMEType"] === "application/vnd.wolfram.expression.form" &
]

This is for FormFunction, for ApiFunction it ends up with .api. You will have to try what are mime types specs for object types you are interested in.

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It is comfirmed a bug(RE: [CASE:3732853]).I get a response just now

Thank you for contacting Wolfram Technical Support.

It's unclear why the CloudObjects expression is returning multiple objects when it should be 1.

It has been reported on your behalf, to our developers.

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